Revitalize Your Bust: Fighting Breast Sagging

Exercises that strengthen the muscles of the chest wall and shoulders, such as weight lifting, can help lift the breasts slightly. Wearing the right sports bra can also prevent the ligaments and skin from stretching and, as a result, breast sagging.

Do not be afraid of mammography. Women aged 50 to 71 should have a mammogram every three years. This scan greatly reduces the death rate from breast cancer. However, many women are not willing to do it.

Mammography photographs the breast by sandwiching it between two plates. This can cause the chest to feel tight and painful. For some women, this discomfort may last for a few days, but for most, it will go away after a few minutes.

Additionally, some people worry about radiation exposure during mammography, but it’s important to understand that the radiation exposure during mammography is very small and equivalent to three weeks of normal life.

On the other hand, some people do not do this for fear of finding out that there is a problem. However, when a screening flags something, it’s often not cancer. On the contrary, breast screening is especially life-saving for older women.

You will gain mass in middle age. As women approach menopause in their 40s and 50s, they are more likely to notice that their breasts bulge at certain times of the month. This is because you are still ovulating (albeit irregularly), and changing hormone levels can lead to changes in your breasts.

Although 9 out of 10 lumps are harmless, you should see a doctor if you notice one.

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April 18, 2024 | 6:50 pm